“Golden Age” - a screening program for women 50+

“Golden Age” - a screening program for women 50+

Your health and active longevity

«Golden age” is called so, because there is a time in the life of a woman, when she leaves the cares of youth in the past and from there on gets an opportunity to live for herself, her own pleasure, to realize old dreams. But this "golden" time can be darkened by forerunners of menopause - hot flashes, weight gain, problems with skin and hair, headaches, insomnia. Although this is a natural process, you can successfully fight with the unpleasant symptoms and maintain attractiveness and excellent well-being.

The program “Golden Age” is made up taking into account the peculiarities of age and the international recommendations on women's healthcare.

It includes only necessary and effective investigations for:

  • prevention and early detection of oncological diseases, osteoporosis, diabetes mellitus and other dangerous diseases;
  • selection of hormone replacement therapy;
  • elaboration of the individual recommendations for the preservation of health and active longevity.

Stages of the program "Golden Age":

1. Consultation of a gynecologist-supervisor, including ultrasound, oncocytology (PAP Smear) and smear on the flora
2. Digital mammography
3. X-ray densitometry of the lumbar spine and femur
4. Laboratory blood tests

  • Thyroid hormone levels
    - thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH)
    - free thyroxin
  • Female hormone levels
    - follicle-stimulating hormone
    - estradiol
  • Bone Condition Indicators
    - osteocalcin
    - parathyroid hormone
    - Beta-CrossLaps
    - vitamin D
  • General blood parameters
    - aPTT
    - prothrombin time + INR
    - thrombin time
    - fibrinogen
    - alanine aminotransferase (ALT)
    - aspartate aminotransferase (AST)
    - creatinine
    - total cholesterol / HDL cholesterol / LDL cholesterol
    - triglycerides
  • Complete blood count with leukocyte count

5. Consultation of the gynecologist-supervisor on the results of surveys.

Program cost: 1230 euros
Sign up for the program: +7 (495) 933 66 55, ext. 4648

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My mom was diagnosed with the uterine cancer. She is 68 years of age and has an obesity of 4th grade (the growth of 166 cm, weight 135 kg) and hypertension. Admission to the radiology department was recommended. What should we do? As far as I know the surgery is the only method for cancer of the ( read more )

My mom was diagnosed with the uterine cancer. She is 68 years of age and has an obesity of 4th grade (the growth of 166 cm, weight 135 kg) and hypertension. Admission to the radiology department was recommended. What should we do? As far as I know the surgery is the only method for cancer of the uterus to be removed. Is it really so that this surgery is only possible for young and relatively healthy persons? ( hide )

It is not quite so. We can operate on any patient, but the issue is which complications can lead to patient’s death and which of them can just delay the recovery. From the anesthesiologist’s point of view, it is a major challenge to intubate patients with 4th degree obesity; the abdominal section is also possible, but there is a 100% risk of suture line disruption and ( read more )

It is not quite so. We can operate on any patient, but the issue is which complications can lead to patient’s death and which of them can just delay the recovery. From the anesthesiologist’s point of view, it is a major challenge to intubate patients with 4th degree obesity; the abdominal section is also possible, but there is a 100% risk of suture line disruption and inflammation, let alone the postoperative pneumonia, venous thrombosis, etc. There is another option such as vaginal hysterectomy which is more acceptable and relatively safe in obese patients. It is not a «treatment standard», however, as it allows not obtaining pelvic washings, but still there is a possibility of complete cure. Anesthesia remains a problem - both general and spinal. Radiation therapy without surgery is another acceptable treatment option besides vaginal hysterectomy. A chance of complete cure is still exists, but the survival rate is on average lower than in surgical treatment ( hide )
19.03.2016

An ultrasound revealed a mass in my left ovary during the first pregnancy. I was told that it is a dermoid cyst. Five years have passed since then. I gave birth to a second child. An ultrasound was performed annually. There were differences in size, but not significant. Since I’m going to have ( read more )

An ultrasound revealed a mass in my left ovary during the first pregnancy. I was told that it is a dermoid cyst. Five years have passed since then. I gave birth to a second child. An ultrasound was performed annually. There were differences in size, but not significant. Since I’m going to have the 3rd child, another ultrasound was done today. The doctor said that the cyst had increased. I am concerned about it. Don't know where to start. What tests are needed? Thank you. ( hide )

Surgical treatment is strictly indicated in your case given the long history of the mass in the ovary and its rapid growth in recent times. In our clinic, we perform such an intervention laparoscopically through 3 small punctures. Patients go home next morning after the surgery and may return to work after 3 days. This surgery must be as delicate to preserve healthy ovarian ( read more )

Surgical treatment is strictly indicated in your case given the long history of the mass in the ovary and its rapid growth in recent times. In our clinic, we perform such an intervention laparoscopically through 3 small punctures. Patients go home next morning after the surgery and may return to work after 3 days. This surgery must be as delicate to preserve healthy ovarian tissue (considering your reproductive plans) as radical at the same time to remove the mass together with the capsule. At the preoperative stage an expert level ultrasound with Doppler is required, as well as blood tests for Ca-125 and НЕ-4 tumor markers. The decision concerning the necessity of FEGDS and colonoscopy is taken based on the results of these tests. ( hide )
05.09.2015

I have a transplanted kidney and I was recently found to have severe cervical dysplasia. The biopsy results are not yet back, but the physician says I must have my uterus and cervix removed. My question is: Can I have the operation in your clinic?

For severe cervical dysplasia, usually cervical conization is sufficient. If you have no plans for reproduction, or you already have children, then theoretically you can discuss having a laparoscopic removal of the uterus and cervix, but these decisions should not be made through correspondence. If you have a referral for an operation in the city where you live, and have the ( read more )

For severe cervical dysplasia, usually cervical conization is sufficient. If you have no plans for reproduction, or you already have children, then theoretically you can discuss having a laparoscopic removal of the uterus and cervix, but these decisions should not be made through correspondence. If you have a referral for an operation in the city where you live, and have the opportunity to come to Moscow, come for a free consultation using "Second Opinion" promotion. If necessary, we can quickly provide operative treatment at a discount. ( hide )
20.06.2015
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